Sound Bath in the Tiffany Gallery

Third-ish Saturday each Month / 2-3pm

Join us for this lovely and relaxing event each month.

Experienced facilitators will use a variety of sound instruments, including chimes, crystal quartz, and Tibetan sound bowls, to bathe you in beautiful sounds as you lay comfortably on a yoga mat. 

This will take place in the Tiffany Gallery, which hosts a wall of original Louis Comfort Tiffany stained glass windows that glow brilliantly in the afternoon light. Tea will be served after as an invitation to stay and linger.

Each Third-ish Saturday of the Month, 2-3pm:

  • February 17
  • March 23
  • April 13
  • May 18
  • no event in June
  • July 27
  • August 17
  • September 21
  • October 19
  • November 16
  • December 14

No prior experience required. $22 to attend. Learn more about the guides, Emme Day and Emma Olmedo.

Bring a yoga mat, blanket, and a journal for time to creatively reflect at the end.


Refunds: Due to limited space, there is no refund with less than 36 hours notice. Full refunds will be provided with 36 hours notice.

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